The New York Jets’ Tim Tebow era has been a failure.
While the Jets are on the heels of a victory Sunday, it has become increasingly clear each week that Tebow simply doesn’t have much of a role in New York’s offense. For that, Tebow can’t be blamed, as the failed experiment is instead the result of Tony Sparano and Rex Ryan not including the polarizing signal caller in the offense too much.
New York Post columnist Mark Cannizzaro called in to WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan on Tuesday to share his thoughts on Tebow’s role with the Jets, who will host the Patriots on Thanksgiving. Check out the video above to hear his breakdown.